Three days after leaving the island, the “Bermudian” ferry arrived in Boston, successfully completing a sea voyage of over 700 miles.
A government spokesperson confirmed that “the Bermudian arrived safely and on time at the Boston shipyard.”
A spokesperson for the Department of Transportation previously said the ferry would move to the Grading-Hahn shipyard in Boston for scheduled repairs.
“The Bermudian repairs are part of the Department’s budgeted public transportation infrastructure repair and replacement program, which includes its marine and port services fleet of ships.
“The Bermudian was built in 1988 and is well past its due for repair. Departure from Bermuda for the North Atlantic Transit was scheduled ahead of the busiest times of the hurricane season and winter. rice field.
“The estimated cost is 4.5 million and the time to completion is 11 months. We need to increase our requirements.
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